• PICTURE THIS: Ted Lawson Is Staking New Territory

    Another great art night in Chelsea
    Another great art night in Chelsea
    (L-R) Joseph Gross with artist Ted Lawson
    (L-R) Joseph Gross with artist Ted Lawson
    The electric backdrop of art at Joseph Gross Gallery
    The electric backdrop of art at Joseph Gross Gallery
    Viewing the work of Ted Lawson
    Viewing the work of Ted Lawson

    There is a new frontier in this part of Chelsea as the newly launched Joseph Gross Gallery (taking over the majority of the space that was ArtNow NY) featured the amazing technical based fine art of Ted Lawson for his show The Map Is Not The Territory, which opened last September 11th. AF came to a very rich and astounding work of precision and exploration with large-scale sculptures made from MDF,  three-dimensional mounted pieces, brass plate etchings, and large scale drawings that utilized the artist’s own blood fed intravenously via CNC (computer numerical control) machine.  The works itself claimed its territory to be a must see this Fall 2014 art season. It is a clear-cut case of conceptual translated well into a different realm. It’s very much like a sexier and heftier version of HR Gigerwhich is best summed up in two words: Surrealistically Sexy!

     

    Ted Lawson: The Map Is Not The Territory / On View: Sept. 11 – Oct. 4, 2014

    Joseph Gross Gallery. 548 West 28th Street, 2nd Floor. NYC, NY 10001

     

    Text by: Oscar A. Laluyan

    Photography by: Olya Turcihin

    The work of Ted Lawson at Joseph Gross Gallery
    The work of Ted Lawson at Joseph Gross Gallery
    Sculpture and painting by Ted Lawson
    Sculpture and painting by Ted Lawson
    Welcome to the new Joseph Gross Gallery presenting Ted Lawson
    Welcome to the new Joseph Gross Gallery presenting Ted Lawson
    Oscar Laluyan

    Oscar Laluyan

    Oscar A. Laluyan is a critic, curator and an art writer for several online publications, . He has worked in a museum and at an art gallery founded by a former architect of Richard Meier's firm. His passion for contemporary art is reflected and directed to seeing the future.

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